Due a certain global pandemic, we were denyed the opportunity to see Australia’s Connor Fearon in action at the 2020 Enduro World Series. Instead, the Kona Factory Team pilot opted to stay at home and focus on racing around Oz. Fearon’s flat pedal style is legendary and last season rewarded him with a third place at EWS Shimano Enduro Tasmania and a sixth place as part of Team Australia at the Bluegrass Trophy of Nations in Finale Ligure.
With race season now behind us any kind of fix of between-the-tapes action is most welcome. That said, there’s plenty of trademark Fearon corner destruction alongside plenty of carbon fibre and metal worth ogling in his latest bike check detailing his Kona Process X race machine:
The new Process X is the much-storied brands latest enduro race horse and features a full carbon fibre construction, 29in wheels and a 170/161mm suspension travel split. You can learn more about Connor’s teammate Miranda Miller’s Process X from our shakedown video from Specialized EWS Zermatt, earlier this season: